Since the 1980's, Procter & Gamble had leveraged its purpose, values, and principles (PVP) to create a global company. When P&G faced difficult times in 2000, the new CEO, A.G. Lafley, leveraged the PVP to drive P&G's turnaround, integrate global operations, and guide decision-making in all facets of the business. But the Gillette acquisition posed a new challenge.
|Number of pages||22|
|State||Published - 1 Oct 2008|
|Name||Harvard Business School|